I don’t know about you, but my classroom wish list can get a little out of hand sometimes! Between Pinterest and Amazon and all the teacher-bloggers I follow, I always have my eye on new supplies or products for my students. Some women collect shoes, I collect bulletin board decor!
Are you a morning person, or not so much? Whether we like them or not, mornings set the tone for the day. A lazy, sluggish start usually translates into a blah, unproductive pace that’s hard to shake. It’s true for me as an adult, and it’s especially true for our
After months of non-traditional learning, our students may not be too keen on getting back to lessons. With a bit of effort and creativity, though, we can craft lessons our students will love. The trick is to find a good balance between what will keep students interested while remaining educational.
The start of a new school year means it’s time to refresh and review what was learned the previous year. There is an extra challenge going into this year because the 2019-2020 school year was cut short and many students had to adjust to virtual learning overnight. But don’t worry!
No Learning Centers? No problem! Limited movement. Seat work. Teacher at the front, students in individual desks…No learning centers?! It’s almost like a manual of what NOT to do in the 21st century classroom! Thankfully, we have technology, and the innovations of teachers all across the globe, on our side.
Virtual learning is the name of the game this year as we’re all heading back to the classroom. Whether your local schools have already announced full virtual learning, a hybrid program, or the ever-popular “wait and see” approach, I think most of us are counting on digital classroom resources being
What a strange world we’re living in right now… It’s been difficult on everyone and we’re all dealing with it as best as we can with the recommendations that our governments are imposing on us. Here in Canada, I’m in self-isolation and am not allowed to leave my house unless
Its’ that time again… We’re getting ready to go back to our classrooms after our well-deserved summer break. Walking into our rooms for the first time in months is quite overwhelming, isn’t it? Furniture has been pushed one corner of the room, shelves are covered, all our *stuff* is in